plant life photogram by watersedgechris, via Flickr

LEAVES Plant life photogram by Watersedgechris

makes me want to get back in a darkroom and make some photograms

links back to some of the original photogram work I started off making, but it could be advanced onto pinhole photography instead of just making pictures in the dark room

Curtis Moffat (1887-1949). ‘Dragonfly’. Solarised gelatin silver  print photogram. About 1930. Victoria &  Albert Museum, London.

Curtis Moffat 'Abstract Composition' About 1925 Gelatin silver print Museum no. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London/Estate of Curtis Moffat

"Fotogramm" by László Moholy-Nagy, 1925

László Moholy-Nagy, Fotogramm, 1925 (même technique et exactement contemporains des Rayogrammes de Man Ray)

Because it is red, this pepper simulated a small darkroom as a natural safelight for black and white photographic paper.  The darkest red pepper worked best.  -Eric Renner    Photo Info:  “Red Pepper Pinhole Camera”  Photo By: Eric Renner  HP.2012.15.1044    More Info:  Pinhole Photography: From Historic Technique to Digital Application  by: Eric Renner

Because it is red, this pepper simulated a small darkroom as a natural safelight for black and white photographic paper. The darkest red pepper worked best.

How to make a Matchbox Pinhole Camera - Eduard Piel

This is one of the simplest photographic cameras ever, made out of a discarded matchbox. However, it can actually take real pictures.

leaf photogram the leaf is an interesting image as some parts are transparent while others are translucent.

Translucent leaf - experiences and life stages of weathering leaf

Camera

if i was gonna do medium format this would be the way to go. Legotron Medium Format Camera Built From Lego Bricks by Cary Norton


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